Prized Japanese maple restored


During winter dormancy, it is easier to see the tangle of branches within the tree’s canopy resulting from inappropriate shearing and unsightly stub cuts. The goal is to remove all of the deadwood and then selectively thin the crossing and wild branches to expose the shapely twisted trunk of this weeping Japanese Maple.

After proper pruning the structure and grace becomes apparent.
“I am very happy with the work done on the Japanese maple; it looks perfectly elegant. Please thank Dennis for us.”
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